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Good website to store, share and maybe print photos??

compact 13 4
13 Feb 2007 5:32PM
I'm looking for a good website to store, share and maybe print photos from.
I have used www.ofoto.co.uk in the past (now kodakgallery.co.uk)
It's ok, but I am wondering if there are any better sites out there?

I know of flikr, snapfish, photobox, dotphoto, pixmania etc. but have never used them.

I suppose I am looking for unlimited photo uploads, nice clean interface, good clean and quick to lead when sharing, easy to share etc etc.
and maybe some new features I haven't heard about.
As i have a new camera and will start to upload and share more photos i wish to find the best site now, before I upload too many

So any tips advice and sites welcome

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ZenTog 18 7.9k 1 England
13 Feb 2007 5:36PM
get a photium site from will, I use one and its works excellent and the images sell well
User_Removed 16 17.9k 8 Norway
13 Feb 2007 5:36PM
danbax76 13 28
13 Feb 2007 5:36PM
Personally I can highly recommend photobox, great prices and amazingly efficient service. But I have to be completely honest I have only used that particular website to print photos from so cannot compare with others. Only slight criticism about photobox is that is isn't the prettiest site if you are trying for the 'online gallery' look, there I think that Flikr definitely has the edge.....
compact 13 4
13 Feb 2007 6:08PM
Thanks for the replies so far..

It is the more online side of things i'm looking at.
Maybe in the future, linking in / pulling in the photos to my own site, or myspace or something.

I'm not actually looking to sell them as they are just photos of the lads going surfing, climbing etc (though using a waterproof casing some pics are looking quite good Smile
User_Removed 16 17.9k 8 Norway
13 Feb 2007 6:39PM

Quote:It is the more online side of things i'm looking at.

...erm. Both 'solutions' offered thus far ARE 'online'(??)
compact 13 4
13 Feb 2007 8:02PM
Shut-up Mike spotty little 16 year old.

I was badly referring to the sales part of things, should have reworded it better

If you haven't got anything good to say "Photobox..??" then don't say anything at all... (and that's coming from someone still in the 20's Smile

Cheers for all the other positive info, any advice about possible websites is welcome as I guess the people on this site may use and have opinions on lots of different ones.
andytvcams 17 10.4k 1 United Kingdom
13 Feb 2007 8:30PM

Quote:Shut-up Mike spotty little 16 year old.


Welcome to Epz.
SuziBlue 17 16.2k 10 Scotland
13 Feb 2007 8:51PM
LOL Yeah. Nice to meet you too 8-] hehe
User_Removed 16 17.9k 8 Norway
13 Feb 2007 8:54PM

Yup! 'Badly' is the key word there I feel...!!


(Oh to be sweet 16 again!! LOL!!!!)
keithh 16 25.6k 33 Wallis And Futuna
13 Feb 2007 8:56PM
Shut it yoof
dcash29 14 2.4k England
13 Feb 2007 8:59PM
mmmm nice thread
PatrickSmith 15 1.2k 2 United States
13 Feb 2007 9:04PM

Quote:Shut-up Mike spotty little 16 year old.

You sure are spunky! Do you have shots that are good enough to sell? Try uploading a few to your portfolio so we can all see them. Right now your portfolio is looking rather...um...
well...a little uh......

starliz 16 1.6k 3 England
13 Feb 2007 9:17PM
Gosh I almost feel sorry for him/her bit like being the new kid

would be nice to see some shots though compact....welcome Smile
compact 13 4
13 Feb 2007 9:46PM
My photos are very bad indeed.
Think people would pay money not to see them...

Just looking for good opinions on the best place to share them with mates.

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